May. 16th, 1969
Montr�al, Qu�bec, Canada
Yannick Bisson's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2010 - Casino Jack
2007 - Animal 2
Guest TV Roles
Stoner Dave (Voiced)
Roger (age 18-22)
Yannick Bisson (born May 16, 1969) is a Canadian film and television act
Born in Montréal, Quebec, Canada, Bisson moved to Toronto as a teenager and there he began acting lessons; he has been acting since the age of 13. His big break was in CBC's critically acclaimed 1984 movie of the week Hockey Night with Megan Follows and Rick Moranis. He starred in the Canadian television series "Learning the Ropes" from 1988 to 1989. In 1994, he gained national exposure in the syndicated action series, High Tide co-starring Rick Springfield. From 2000 to 2004, he had a recurring role as attorney Brain Tedrow on the Showtime drama Soul Food. He has also starred as the F.B.I agent Jack Hudson, in the PAX TV series Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye and in the short-lived CBC drama Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy with Sarah Chalke. He appeared on Falcon Beach in season two, as well as several Lifetime cable movies, such as Crazy for Christmas, and I do (but I don't), as well as the Disney Channel movie Genius. He also has appeared in all of the Roxy Hunter movies, to date, as Jon. Bisson starred in the 2001 TV movie Loves Music, Loves to Dance, based on the book by Mary Higgins Clark.
He provided the voice of Ferdie in the children's animated series Maxie's World.
Bisson plays the lead in the Citytv drama series, Murdoch Mysteries.
Bisson is currently seen on a series of CIBC commercials and on their ATMs.
He is married to Chantal Craig (who is also an actress), and they have three daughters, Brianna, Dominique and Mikaela. Craig made an appearance on one of Bisson's television series, Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye.
- Born in Montreal, Canada, he moved to Toronto as a teenager where he began acting lessons.
- Has 3 daughters, called Brianna, Dominique and Mikaela
- After appearing in numerous television commercials, his professional career took off when he was cast as the lead in the CBC's critically acclaimed movie-of-the-week _Hockey Night (1984) (TV)_ (qv) with 'Rick Moranis' (qv).
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